Two-Liner Game Exhibition Winners

As some of you already know, the Apple II Software Enthusiasts Facebook Group hosted a friendly, game-themed two-liner programming exhibition in the first quarter of 2020. The exhibition concluded yesterday with a number of amazing, compact, and fun little gems! A free collection of .dsk images along with information (where provided) about how each game is played […]

ProBASIC released by A.P.P.L.E.

  Seattle, Washington — November 24, 2018 — Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange (A.P.P.L.E.) and Alan Bird are proud to announce the immediate availability of the new manual ProBASIC: Professional Modular BASIC Programming.  ProBASIC enhances the Applesoft BASIC that is built-in to your Apple II computer.  New commands and functions can be added to your […]

Blankenship BASIC – New Manual

Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange (A.P.P.L.E.) has released a new manual for the Apple II programming language Blankenship BASIC by John Blankenship.  Beyond improved readability from modern typesetting, this 80 page manual makes using, understanding, and expanding the programming language easy.  John assisted us with this release, and he is eager to see how people […]

Rounding in BASIC

by Graeme PhilipsonAustralian Apple Review March 1984 BASIC is in many ways a great computer language. It is very easy to learn, in fact it was originally designed as a language to teach people how to program. The letters “B.A.S.I.C.” stand for “Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code”. It is also suited to a wide range […]

Apple Basic Decoded

This is a program which will allow you to dump BASIC statements to Hexadecimal code. 1 REM PROGRAM TO DUMP BASIC2 REM STATEMENTS TO HEX3 REM TO USE … ADD A LINE4 REM OF BASIC AFTER 12005 REM AND RUN.6 REM WRITTEN BY7 REM D.R. WILLIAMS 2/7810 DIM S$(16):S$=”0123456789ADCDEF”20 LOCF= PEEK (203)*256+ PEEK (202)30 INPUT […]